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-plus in texas. lots of thunderstorm activity out there. west of us, still quite a bit of activity still to move through the region tonight. we still have risk tonight. and particularly tomorrow afternoon, as this front approaches. behind the front, there is dryer air. i think most of the area, from baltimore north, will get? dryer air. but not until late in the day on saturday and into sunday as well. southwest winds on the bay, 10 knots. bay temp, around 77. yeah, tonight, showers and storms. could see more activity later on. low of around 72 tomorrow. warm, humid, scattered showers and storms. some with a heavier downpour and gusty winds. with heavier thunderstorm tomorrow afternoon. looks like saturday afternoon. could see some dryer air moves in. pretty much in the city on north. southern section, probably more showers yet on saturday. >> thanks, bob. >>> preparations are under way for a final goodbye to beloved former colt artie donovan. the funeral mass begins at 11:00 a.m. at cathedral. mary our queen. i'll never forget, in an airport in charlotte, north carolina, coming down the escalat
-- introduced its new electric car in austin texas. the new model will cost about 41 to $45,000 depending on some of the options. it goes on sale in the u.s. next spring. something you'd want? >> no, no. >> yeah, i mean you want the roar. >> i do. >> that's kind of quiet. >> that's bad too because you know you're not limiting your footprint but. >> yeah, well. >> i got a lead foot. i have another kind of foot. >> still to come on eyewitness news saturday morning. >> childhood obesity rates take a surprising turn. i'm monique griego and coming up the latest on a study by,,,,, >>> in this morning's health watch, the obesity rate is showing signs of improvement. >> monique griego has more on the new study and what parents need to know. >> while childhood obesity continues to be an epidemic in the sunshine, for u.s. for the first time in years the obesity rate for low income preschoolers is showing signs of improvement. >> it's not a huge drop but it's a positive step. >> a dietitian at mount washington hospital says the change is small but significant. the study shows between 2008 and 2011 t
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